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You don’t want to miss these spring printables for preschoolers. They’ll spice up your preschool lessons about flowers, bugs, and more!
Add these free preschool printables to your upcoming spring preschool lesson plans. Teach and reinforce preschool math and literacy skills with a wide variety of spring themes and topics for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners.
I’ve got a great collection of spring printables for kids that focus on a wide variety of themes. From spring fairies to rainy day fun, these activities are sure to fill your days this spring.
Here’s a fun March activity calendar for preschoolers! Celebrate holidays and special days with books, printables, and hands-on activities.
These springtime playdough mats are a great way to get your little ones to practice their counting skills while having fun this spring and summer.
Spring has sprung, and I have some fun spring printables for your preschoolers! This spring learning pack is the perfect for young learners.
They say that April showers bring May flowers. Little ones will can focus on early math and literacy when you add these Rainy Day-themed spring preschool printables to your lessons.
These fairies are here to make your preschool lessons more magical this spring. Be sure to download your Spring Fairies preschool printable learning pack today!
Kids will love ordering the events in this spring sequencing cards printable. This is a great way to introduce preschoolers to sequencing!
Don’t miss these spring sequence cards that include puzzles, a sequencing mat, and storytelling page for 3 step sequencing cards.
Want to introduce or practice measurement with your little learners? Check out these preschool measurement activities your kids will love!
Young learners will work on number recognition, counting, and writing with these flower math activities for preschoolers. Perfect for summer math!
It’s so much fun to learn about flowers with these worksheets that teach the life cycle of a flower for preschool. Perfect for spring and summer learning!
As you begin planning your spring activities, be sure to add some fun spring worksheets for preschool skills like numbers, shapes, and beginning sounds.
Explore this awesome collection of printable spring crafts for kids that includes easy projects featuring flowers, bunnies, birds, and more!
These spring color by number printables are great for having preschoolers practice color words and number recognition from one to twenty.
This free preschool honey bee math worksheet pack will have young learners buzzing about numbers, counting, and more! Perfect for spring and summer math!
These rabbit activities for preschoolers are perfect for spring, Easter, and animal lesson plans.
Spring Holiday Printables
Easter is just around the corner, and there is no better way to get your preschoolers in the mood than with these printable Easter activities for tots and preschoolers.
This Easter printable is packed full of early math and literacy activities! With over 30 pages, this free preschool printable is sure to keep your preschoolers busy all season!
Kids can practice number recognition and counting to ten with these Easter count and clip cards. These free preschool printables are great for fine motor practice, too.
Your preschoolers will love counting to ten with these Easter egg math mats! Focus on number recognition, number words, and counting with this free preschool printable.
St Patricks Day is just around the corner! Here’s a fun little St Patricks Day preschool learning pack. With rainbows and leprechauns adorning these activity pages, your little ones will be excited to practice their numbers, letters, and much more!
BOOKS ABOUT Spring
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool books about spring. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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And Then It’s Spring – Following a snow-filled winter, a young boy and his dog decide that they’ve had enough of all that brown and resolve to plant a garden. They dig, they plant, they play, they wait . . . and wait . . . until at last, the brown becomes a more hopeful shade of brown, a sign that spring may finally be on its way.
When Spring Comes – Before spring comes, the trees are dark sticks, the grass is brown, and the ground is covered in snow. But if you wait, leaves unfurl and flowers blossom, the grass turns green, and the mounds of snow shrink and shrink.
Spring: A Pop-Up Book – Each spread has a very brief verse and depicts common springtime flora and fauna. All things pictured are labeled (robins, water lilies, deer and fawns, cherry trees, etc.). The text is simple for very young readers to understand and enjoy.
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:
This little love bunny softie wants to go home with you! He is safe for all ages, ready to be added to an Easter basket, artfully arranged on a shelf or dragged around by his floppy ear.
This Spring themed sensory basket is fantastic for young creative minds! This work is fantastic for refining fine motor skills and allowing creative exploration.
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Stopping by for a little spring inspiration. I’m always looking for activities to do with my granddaughter, and your blog is a great resource. Thanks for sharing.
I am always looking for new activities to review number sense to 20 with my students. Thank you!!